[plug] Small business software in Linux

Bernd Felsche bernie at innovative.iinet.net.au
Fri Jun 8 09:19:27 WST 2012

On Thu, 7 Jun 2012 23:20:02 Daniel Hartwig wrote:
>Marcos Raul Carot Collins <marcos.carot at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I am looking for software for Linux, ideally client-server, but
> > not necesarily, and also ideally free, but willing to pay if the
> > price is reasonable that would do general acounting (including
> > Australian taxes), payroll (also including Australian
> > requirements), stock, invoicing...

> OpenERP (and others perhaps) has an Australian chart of accounts that
> you can use to quickly get started:
> http://doc.openerp.com/v5.0/technical_guide/l10n_chart_au.html

Points to an old version, but it's a start. Should be using at least
6.0 for new installations.

He'll also need the Anglo-Saxon accounting module.

Payroll requirements are *very* difficult to meet in Australia. They
vary between industries and States. It can get very costly if you're
not careful. 

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